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Features appbrain has that the Market site doesn't: Ability to save lists and keep them private or share them Appbrain reviews on top of market reviews More sharing options More filtering options for browsing Lists of popular apps App recommendations based on what you have installed Shows the total amount you've spent on paid apps Features the market ...


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I don't know of a way to do this. I recently bought a new phone, and to save myself the tedium of manually installing 40 odd apps, I went to the Google Play Store using a desktop browser. It will already have a list of apps you have installed under My Apps, so you can quickly spin through the list and install them - you don't need to wait for each app to ...


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(BTW, I also can't find it on the Google Market) If you cannot find an application in the Market, this means the application is not compatible with your device. AppBrain cannot install applications that you cannot find from the Market, since in the AppBrain installation, you are brought to the Market to install your application (AppBrain is ...


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Assuming you've previously installed AppBrain and synced your device, you can do the following: From Google Play Market download and install AppBrain and Fast Web Installer apps. Open the Fast Web Installer and sign in with your Google account (same one you are using on Play Store). Open the AppBrain app, and sign in with your AppBrain account. Go to ...


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The reason can be find in AppBrain FAQ: 4.I cannot find some apps, what's going on? It always says "The requested item could not be found". AppBrain lists applications that are available in the US that are available for Android version 1.6 and up for devices with a normal screen size. Developers can restrict availability of apps by country, ...


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Were these pre-installed apps? You won't get market update notificatins for apps that are pre-installed, you have to go to the market and manually install any newer versions of the app and then you'll get future updates via the market. The same thing happened with my Droid. I heard about an update for Facebook (which came on my phone), but never saw an ...


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I think that AppBrain lists all apps irrespective of the phone you are using to browse it, whereas the market seems to filter apps to show only ones that are supported by your phone or version of Android (not sure which, but seems most likely version of Android). Since Wildfire is still on 2.1 I guess the apps you are trying to install are 2.2+. As far as ...



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